In this networking event, LGBTQ+ groups and allies discuss the future of the community and how we can take steps toward a fairer and more representative tomorrow.
Academics from the University of Nottingham share and discuss aspects of their favourite works in order to explore some of the less well-known dimensions of queer lives across the world.
Documentary screening, followed by a Q&A with Commonwealth decriminialisation activist and Executive Director of the Kaleidoscope Trust, Paul J.Dillane. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
A series of film screenings, director’s Q&As and workshops, presented by leading Chinese queer filmmaker Fan Popo. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
London-based artist, feminist and LGBT activist Whiskey Chow shares her experiences and explores how art and activism interact with each other. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
A film screening of Our Marriages: When Lesbians Marry Gay Men — followed by a Q&A with filmmaker and director He Xiaopei. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
An interactive lecture exploring experiences of ‘hooking up’ at three bench marks in time between 1960 and the present day. Part of LGBT History Month 2018.
This event explores the changing political climate and its impact on minority groups, the LGBT community in particular. There will also be a discussion around the need for intersectionality and building resilience. Speakers will include Mel Jeffs, manager of the Nottingham Women’s Centre and Paula Akpan, co-founder of the “I’m Tired” Project and writer for gal-dem. Part of LGBT History Month.
Join us for a panel discussion around the theme of ‘Finding a voice: minority identities within and beyond LGBTQ+’. Part of LGBT History Month 2017.